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Friday, May 24, 2013

Reading Room: WOLFF "Sorceress of the Red Mist"

Return to the post-apocalyptic future Earth of Wolff the Barbarian...
...where technology and magic are both considered "dark arts" by the majority of inhabitants of this barbaric future!
Is it just me, or does the Sorceress of the Red Mist remind you of sexy space heroine Agar-Agar, who was also published in the Dracula anthology magazine (and was also written by Wolff co-scripter Luis Gasca under the pen-name "Sadko")?
Or was that eye-makeup thing just a fashion trend in the early 1970s?
This tale from Dracula #3 (1971) was superbly-illustrated and co-written by Esteban Maroto.